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Old 09-30-2009, 09:05 AM
 
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we need to replace all window coverings in house we are getting ready to put on the market---with all new people moving in and buying new homes--has anyone found a good dealer for low cost but decent quality window shades...
just want something neutral -nothing fancy
you can PM me -- don't want to be seen as advertising ...
and if anyone has used a company on-line--but with local measure/install person would be glad to do that as well...
those prices are usually better but don't know about the "in house" aspect
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Old 09-30-2009, 10:51 AM
 
Location: NE Tarrant County, TX
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we need to replace all window coverings in house we are getting ready to put on the market---with all new people moving in and buying new homes--has anyone found a good dealer for low cost but decent quality window shades...
just want something neutral -nothing fancy
you can PM me -- don't want to be seen as advertising ...
and if anyone has used a company on-line--but with local measure/install person would be glad to do that as well...
those prices are usually better but don't know about the "in house" aspect
We used the local (to you and us) "budget" blinds place. I'm not sure how their prices compare to others, but they're local and do a professional job. They come out and measure - of course - and provide free estimates, samples, etc. It took a while for some of our items to be available for installation, though - drapes. We did drapes, shades and wood blinds - nothing too elaborate.

-Eric
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Old 10-01-2009, 02:07 PM
 
Location: Visitation between Wal-Mart & Home Depot
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If you can work a tape measure and a screwdriver you can install any kind of blinds yourself. There are some online stores that will cut to your measurements and ship without any sales tax. You may want to take a peak at Shop for Blinds, Window Blinds, Shutters, Plantation Shutters, Window Shades
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